Florence Schelling

Monthly Archives: April 2019

Broken neck, concussion and a torn knee, not the best prerequisite for travelling. 😊 Being able to go to Finland for the Coaching Symposium and the Women’s World was my goal from the beginning of my injury. I wanted to be in fit enough shape so I could travel there and stay for a couple of days. As time approached and I felt better and better, I decided that before Finland, I… Read More

Just like my Finnish friends said, Helsinki is very small and does not need a whole lot of time to explore. Although I must say, I’m not a museum kind of person, so I guess without museums, a lot of cities are quicker to explore. You’ll find some pictures of the trip below! It took me 2 ½ days to see everything I wanted to see. So here’s a quick summary of… Read More

Spontaneous trips are the best trips; that was yet again true of my trip to Tallinn, Estonia! Originally the plan was to go to Sweden and then to Finland for the Women’s World Championship and Coaching Symposium in Helsinki where I would then stay a couple more days for some sightseeing. When I met up with some friends the first night I got to Helsinki, they were laughing at my plans of… Read More

3 years I spent in “lagom” land Sweden and since moving back home last summer, this was my first trip back to Linköping. I was excited to see how I would feel to be back here. Last November I went back to Boston (read my article here), and that was a very emotional trip, so many incredible memories from my time there. So I was kind of expecting something similar here in… Read More

When was the last time you had nothing planned and didn’t do anything for a longer period of time? I’m talking a day, a couple of days, a week, 2-3 weeks or even longer? After I had been released from the hospital and went home, a sudden emptiness overcame me but at the same time my head was about to explode. In only 3 months after removing the neck brace I can… Read More